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142.01grackles and I skimming the crock on all your sangwidges fip-
142.01+grackle: type of black bird
142.01+crackles
142.01+Dublin Pronunciation sangwidges: sandwiches
142.01+Colloquial fippence: five pence
142.02pence per leg per drake. Tuk. And who eight the last of the goose-
142.02+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...drake. Tuk...} | {Png: ...drake Tuk...}
142.02+ate
142.02+gooseberries
142.02+last year
142.03bellies that was mowlding from measlest years and who leff that
142.03+left
142.04there and who put that here and who let the kilkenny stale the
142.04+who let the cat steal the chop?
142.04+phrase Kilkenny cats: two adversaries that annihilate each other (from a story about two cats who fought until only their tails remained)
142.04+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation stale: steal
142.05chump. Tek. And whowasit youwasit propped the pot in the
142.05+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...chump. Tek...} | {Png: ...chump Tek...}
142.05+who was it
142.05+dropped
142.06yard and whatinthe nameofsen lukeareyou rubbinthe sideofthe
142.06+what in the name of Saint Luke are you rubbing the side of the floor of the lobby with?
142.06+VI.A.0038q-.0039a ( ): '*E* cleans fingers on wall of W.C'
142.07flureofthe lobbywith. Shite! will you have a plateful? Tak.
142.07+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation flure: floor
142.07+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...lobbywith. Shite...} | {Png: ...lobbywith Shite...}
142.07+Variants: {FnF, Vkg: '!' italicised} | {Png: '!' not italicised}
142.07+Anglo-Irish shite: shit
142.07+Danish tak: thank you
142.08     7. Who are those component partners of our societate, the
142.08+{{Synopsis: I.6.1A.H: [142.08-142.29]: question and answer #7 (*O*) — their identities}}
142.08+parts
142.08+society
142.08+state
142.08+(twelve months (*O*)) (Cluster: Months)
142.09doorboy, the cleaner, the sojer, the crook, the squeezer, the loun-
142.09+January (named after Janus, the Roman god of doorways) (Cluster: Months)
142.09+February (named after Februa, the Roman feast of purification and cleansing) (Cluster: Months)
142.09+March (named after Mars, the Roman god of war) (Cluster: Months)
142.09+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation sojer: soldier
142.09+April (said to be named after Latin aperire: to open) (Cluster: Months)
142.09+(crooks open locked doors)
142.09+May (Cluster: Months)
142.09+June (Cluster: Months)
142.10ger, the curman, the tourabout, the mussroomsniffer, the bleaka-
142.10+July (dog-days) (Cluster: Months)
142.10+cur: low-bred dog
142.10+car-man
142.10+August (touring and holiday) (Cluster: Months)
142.10+September (peak mushroom season) (Cluster: Months)
142.10+October (grape trampling for wine) (Cluster: Months)
142.10+black and blue
142.11blue tramp, the funpowtherplother, the christymansboxer, from
142.11+November (Guy Fawkes Gunpowder Plot (5 November)) (Cluster: Months)
142.11+December (Christmas and Boxing Day (25-26 December)) (Cluster: Months)
142.12their prés salés and Donnybrook prater and Roebuck's campos
142.12+French prés salés: salt marshes
142.12+(eleven districts of Dublin, spiralling clockwise) (Cluster: Districts of Dublin) [.12-.15]
142.12+Donnybrook (Cluster: Districts of Dublin, South-East; had fair)
142.12+Prater: fair and district in Vienna
142.12+Dutch prater: talker
142.12+Latin pratum: meadow
142.12+Roebuck (Cluster: Districts of Dublin)
142.12+Latin campos: fields
142.13and the Ager Arountown and Crumglen's grassy but Kimmage's
142.13+Latin ager: field
142.13+Roundtown: another name for Terenure (Cluster: Districts of Dublin)
142.13+Crumlin (Cluster: Districts of Dublin, West)
142.13+(grassy fields)
142.13+Kimmage (Cluster: Districts of Dublin)
142.14champ and Ashtown fields and Cabra fields and Finglas fields
142.14+French champs: field
142.14+Ashtown (Cluster: Districts of Dublin)
142.14+Cabra (Cluster: Districts of Dublin)
142.14+Finglas (Cluster: Districts of Dublin)
142.15and Santry fields and the feels of Raheny and their fails and Bal-
142.15+Santry (Cluster: Districts of Dublin)
142.15+fields
142.15+Raheny (Cluster: Districts of Dublin)
142.15+fields
142.15+Baldoyle (Cluster: Districts of Dublin, North-East)
142.16doygle to them who are latecomers all the year's round by anti-
142.16+year round
142.16+Motif: -ation (*O*; 12 times) [.16-.25]
142.17cipation, are the porters of the passions in virtue of retroratioci-
142.17+Latin retro-: backwards-
142.18nation, and, contributting their conflingent controversies of
142.18+Latin conflingens: striking one thing against another
142.19differentiation, unify their voxes in a vote of vaticination, who
142.19+Latin vox: voice
142.19+vaticination: inspired prophecy
142.20crunch the crusts of comfort due to depredation, drain the mead
142.20+depredation: plundering, robbery
142.21for misery to incur intoxication, condone every evil by practical
142.21+
142.22justification and condam any good to its own gratification, who
142.22+condemn
142.22+damn
142.23are ruled, roped, duped and driven by those numen daimons,
142.23+Latin numen: divine power, divine presence; deity, divinity (an equivalent of Greek daimôn)
142.23+Latin in nomine domine: in God's name
142.23+Greek daimôn: a supernatural being, a lesser deity; deity, divinity (an equivalent of Latin numen)
142.24the feekeepers at their laws, nightly consternation, fortnightly
142.24+four keepers (*X*)
142.24+(woman defined as a creature that urinates once a day, defecates once a week, menstruates once a month, and parturiates once a year)
142.25fornication, monthly miserecordation and omniannual recreation,
142.25+Latin misericordia: compassion
142.26doyles when they deliberate but sullivans when they are
142.26+[574.31-.32]
142.26+Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
142.26+The Dáil, seat of government, Dublin
142.26+[573.06-.07]
142.27swordsed, Matey, Teddy, Simon, Jorn, Pedher, Andy, Barty,
142.27+twelve apostles: Matthias, Thaddaeus, Simon the Canaanite, John, Simon Peter, Andrew, Bartholomew, Philip, James the son of Zebedee, Thomas, Matthew, James the son of Alphaeus
142.28Philly, Jamesy Mor and Tom, Matt and Jakes Mac Carty?
142.28+James Phillimore: name mentioned in Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Problem of Thor Bridge'
142.28+Irish Mór: great, the Great
142.28+Jacques McCarthy: journalist of Dublin Evening Herald, famous for wit (pronounced 'jakes')
142.29     Answer: The Morphios!
142.29+Morpheus: Greek god of dreams
142.29+Murphy: nickname for an Irishman
142.30     8. And how war yore maggies?
142.30+{{Synopsis: I.6.1A.I: [142.30-143.02]: question and answer #8 (*Q*) — their activities}}
142.30+Motif: The Letter: how are you
142.30+Motif: The Letter: well Maggy/Madge/Majesty
142.31     Answer: They war loving, they love laughing, they laugh
142.31+(fourteen linked phrases) [.31-.35]
142.32weeping, they weep smelling, they smell smiling, they smile hat-
142.32+
142.33ing, they hate thinking, they think feeling, they feel tempting,
142.33+
142.34they tempt daring, they dare waiting, they wait taking, they take
142.34+
142.35thanking, they thank seeking, as born for lorn in lore of love to
142.35+(fourteen words forming a 'word-ladder': a string of words each differing by one letter from the next) [142.35-143.01]
142.35+forlorn
142.36live and wive by wile and rile by rule of ruse 'reathed rose and
142.36+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, Png: ...rile by rule of...} | {BMs (47473-132): ...rile and rule by rune of...}


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